This lovely bungalow lies in the peaceful village of St Dogmaels on the northern reaches of Pembrokeshire.
The property is situated just metres away from the start of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and the pontoon of the Teifi estuary making it an ideal location for outdoor pursuits.
Offering plenty of space and a contemporary finish, this property is ideal for a family or group of friends wanting an attractive and tranquil base for their South Wales holiday.
From the driveway, climb the steps up to the veranda at the front of the property; to one side there is patio furniture and a view of the estuary in the distance, to the other is the entrance to the property.
Upon entering the bungalow, you will find yourself in a small porch area with a bench and storage space for shoes and coats.
On your right is a large double bedroom with a spacious king-size bed, and an en-suite shower room.
Further down the hallway is the family bathroom and two more bedrooms; one double room and one twin, both of which feature patio doors that lead out to the rear garden and patio.
The living accommodation of the property consists of one large open-plan room with a sitting area to the front with woodburning stove, Smart TV and two large cosy sofas, as well as a kitchen and utility area with breakfast bar and dining table.
The kitchen is a modern affair with sleek cream cabinets and wooden surfaces, featuring all the necessary appliances needed for cooking a delicious meal.
There are patio doors at the front of this room leading out to the veranda, as well as a second door from the kitchen leading to the rear garden; both of which illuminate the room and infuse it with a bright and airy atmosphere.
Take a seat on the veranda to enjoy your coffee with views of the estuary, or enjoy the last of the afternoon sun in the rear garden while eating alfresco.
The village of St Dogmaels offers a number of small attractions; such as the ancient Abbey and Y Felin, one of Wales' only remaining operational watermills.
There are plenty of places to eat and drink in the village, with three pubs (one an award winning gastropub just metres away on the estuary), a cafe and fish and chip shop.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with ensuite shower room featuring shower, basin and WC, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, WC and basin. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting areas.
About the location
Cardigan 1 mile.
St Dogmaels is an ancient and tranquil village nestling peacefully around its ruined abbey at the mouth of the River Teifi on the totally unspoiled west Wales coast. One of its attractions is Y Felin, one of only two working watermills in Wales and retains the machinery installed in 1820. It is thought the mill was originally built by the monks of St Dogmaels' 12th century Abbey. The miller shows how the mill works and bread, flour and cakes can be purchased from the mill or you can enjoy tea and cakes and light lunches in the Coach House Café nearby. An award winning local produce market is held here every Tuesday and is well worth a visit. The village has threefour pubs, a fish & chip shop, a Post Office, a cafe and a small museum at the abbey. There is also a pretty green and a millpond with ducks. Cardigan, a delightful ancient market town, is just over a mile away. This ancient town sits on the estuary of the River Teifi at the base of Cardigan Bay. Its unspoilt townscape and rich heritage provide a nostalgic backdrop to a thriving culture of arts and crafts, events and music festivals. Nearby is the wonderful Poppit Sands where you can relax on sunny days or enjoy invigorating walks in the cooler months, as well as exploring the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast Path. St Dogmaels is the start or finish of the 186 mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path from St Dogmaels to Amroth. Visit Castell Henllys, the Iron Age Fort where everyone is encouraged to learn the ancient way of living, or visit the wonderful Shire Horse Farm to see how farming was before tractors. The Cardigan Bay dolphins can be seen off the bay on a regular basis and more active pursuits can be found at Cardigan Bay Active, including surfing, wildlife trips or coasteering. With scenic coastal, riverside and countryside walks and an array of other beaches and attractions all close by, this is a perfect holiday location all year round.